When we first saw a toy piano at the mall Hubs immediately wanted to buy it for Kenzie. I told him I would "research" online for a better piano and of course I found the perfect Schoenhut Baby Grand Piano! Since I grew up playing the piano and violin with a dabbling in flute and steel drums, I knew Kenzie would be a natural. She loves banging on the keys to create "moosik".
A little about the Schoenhut Harp:
At 27 inches high, this beautifully constructed, lightweight instrument is an excellent choice for a child's first harp. The design of its curved sides and spacious box, along with a range of 15 notes (from C to C), permits playing a wide variety of music in haunting, melodic tones. 15 Nylon strings, fully tunable by way of zither pins and a zither pin wrench.
I've always wanted to play the harp so I was excited when Kenzie received the Schoenhut Harp for review. Hubs assembled the harp quickly but tuning was a bit more difficult (I doubt Kenzie will actually notice until her "ear" gets better). The Schoenhut Harp is of same great quality as our piano - very sturdy and well-made for a child. I showed Kenzie how to sit and pluck the strings.
Although the recommended age range for the Schoenhut Harp is 6+, I believe Kenzie is quite capable of learning how to play it at almost two. The strings are not too thick (as a real harp) so a child's small fingers adapt well. Much to Hubs' dismay I think we will be adding the Schoenhut Drum Set to her collection in a few years (yes I always wanted to play drums as well). Oh how we live vicariously through our children.
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